Date introduced: 2013
Though not heavily utilized today, the U.S. still keeps a small stock of two-wheeled terrors to help kick ass and take names. One of our favorites is the Zero XXM, developed by Zero Motorcycles out of Santa Cruz, California.
The Zero XXM is powered by a chillingly silent, all-electric motor that puts out a staggering 54 hp and 68 ft-lbs of torque, and was developed strictly for U.S. Special Operations Forces. It is as quiet as a church mouse, quick, unbelievably nimble, and virtually maintenance-free, making it the perfect vehicle for things like low key recon missions, rescue attempts, covert operations, etc.
Oh, and one battery charge lasts over 3,500 hours!
Maxwell Barna is a contributor to Supercompressor and wouldn't dead on a Can-Am Spyder. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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